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goldendoodle puppies pittsburgh

She comes from top golden retriever and poodle lines that have been researched back many generations for genetic diseases. With healthy genetics, a wonderful disposition, and an adorable face, Abria is the perfect package. She is a playful, happy go lucky dog who loves to be the center of attention. She never meets a stranger and gets along well with everyone, both human and canine. Abria is athletic and enjoys romping around the backyard with Moses as well as meeting neighbors as she walks around the neighborhood with us. She has a perfect personality, making her a wonderful family dog.

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goldendoodle dog breed information

If the Goldendoodle is bred from a Golden Retriever and a Miniature Poodle, however, it is likely to be a little smaller – around 30 to 45 pounds. The only way to really know the full size of your Goldendoodle, however, is to wait for him to mature. "Belle is the best dog we have ever owned and we agree with other owners who own a Chili/Rory puppy and wish we could own one of their puppies for the rest of our lives!We love reading the other testimonials about the other litter mates because it is as if we are reading about our Belle. She is 8 months old and weighs 51 pounds. She is the sweetest and smartest dog and is awesome with children. She loves to roll around and play on the floor with our 6 year old and 3 year old and also loves to just lay on the floor and be their pillow. She goes everywhere with us even to have her picture taken professionally for our Christmas cards. She loves other dogs and plays so well with other dogs and we hope to add another Chili/Rory puppy to the family in the future. The trait we love most about Belle is her smile. Yes, you read that correctly. she smiles.

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goldendoodle vs labradoodle vs aussiedoodle

So Mambo started training to walk along the side of folks in walkers, which are noisy without bumping them. She did the same for canes, and finally for wheelchairs. There was one person in a wheelchair for life, who was very tiny and had trouble with a manual wheel chair. The two of them became fast friends, and on their own, with time worked out a method there she would loop Mambo's leash around the front of the arm of the wheel chair, and would pull the woman around the store. Most members of the organization have tiny or extremely passive dogs. Mambo MOMBO in her professional name is neither small or passive. Most of the handlers wanted to go to schools, or day care centers, or assisted living places. There was a HUGE need for dogs to go to depressing 'end of life' centers, or places where people go after amputations. There was a huge need for dogs to go to places where they could help with people sitting up, or stretching or moving in general, using the strength of the dog to help. This has become Mambo's specialty. Visiting such places is emotionally very hard on both the dog and the handler.

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